Congressional Grants are authorized each year in the annual HUD appropriation and accompanying conference report or congressional record. Congress authorizes a specific level of funding to a designated grantee, to undertake a particular activity cited in the appropriation or conference report. Only those entities designated by Congress may apply for funds. Unsolicited applications are not accepted.
Congress has not appropriated any funding for this project since 2010.
Only the entity named by Congress in each HUD Conference Report or congressional record for the relevant fiscal year, may apply for and receive EDI-Special Project grant funds. The entity named in that Conference Report or congressional record will receive an invitation and application from the Department for the grant.
Upon receipt of the application, the Department will review the application to ensure that the entity named by Congress will act as the grantee and that the proposed activities are consistent with the terms of the Appropriation Act and accompanying Conference Report or congressional record for the relevant fiscal year.
Following that review, the Department awards the grant to the entity named in the Conference Report or congressional record.
These Federal regulations DO APPLY to your grant:
Please note: No HUD or non-HUD funds may be committed to a project and no EDI-SP grant funds may be drawn down for the project until the required environmental review has been completed. Please refer to HUD's Environment web page for more information about this requirement.
The following Federal regulations DO NOT APPLY to your grant: